Published: 16/11/2020 By The Abode TeamDownload your self certification form here; self- certification form.pdf
When do you need it?
Wherever you are there is an evening curfew - This means you must stay indoors unless you can prove you need to leave the house for work or health-related reasons. In that case, you'll need to take a copy of the self-certification form with you - self- certification form.pdf
People in medium risk orange zones - Abruzzo, Basilicata, Liguria, Puglia, Sicily, Marche, Umbria, Emilia-Romagna, Friuli-Venezia Giulia - are not allowed to travel from one area to another unless for essential reasons (work, study, health or emergency) either by public or private transport. Any eventual journey must be justified using a self-certification form - self- certification form.pdf
You can enter or leave an orange or red zone only for reasons of work, study, health or emergency, the journey must be justified using a self-certification form - self- certification form.pdf
For people in the high risk red zones - Calabria, Campania, Tuscany, Lombardy, Piedmont, Valle d'Aosta, autonomous province of Bolzano (also known as Alto Adige/South Tyrol) - In addition to not being allowed to travel from one municipality to another, people in red zones are not allowed to move around within their own area unless for essential reasons, by either public or private transport. If you need to leave your home for work, study, health or emergency reasons these must be justified using a self-certification form - self- certification form.pdf
You can only go from an orange or red zone for the same urgent reasons.
Face masks remain mandatory in public - Wearing a mask in Italy is obligatory whenever you leave your home, at all times of the day and in all parts of the country, under rules introduced on October 7th. The fines for refusing to wear a mask are currently between €400 and €1,000, with police patrols deployed to check that people are complying. The requirements on social distancing and regular handwashing and sanitising also remain in place. People are instructed to keep a distance of one metre from others at all times, and anyone who with a temperature above 37.5 degrees Celsius is obliged to stay at home.